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CLEARFIELD, J'A., iAT II, IS70.
The Democratic papers are greatly en
raged at the Wea of electing negroes to office ;
and yet, in many heavy Republican districts,
they are ready to vote for any colored man
who consents to run against his party !
The Chicago Times, lemocratic, coolly
claims that the fifteenth amendment ha
added one million of votes to the Democratic
party. Perhaps the Times meant to say
that that amendment bad obliterated that
many Democratic suffrages.
The World gives the "revenue reformers"
professing Republicanism, notice that "they
must choose between surrendering their new
connections and sundering their old party
ties." So face the music, gentlemen, and
prepare to inarch. The World says the
arms of the Democracy are ready to receive
you, and it invites you to come.
Free trade writers have been misrepresen
ting facts by putting the value of American
iron and 6teel and the manufactures thereo
at $119,950,000; whereas the true value, as
carefully calculated by the American Iron
and Steel Association, is $750000,000 a
year, more than six times the amount con
ceded by the free traders.
Now here (says the Cincinnati Timet)
is more persecution of Democrats. Some
nine hundred of them, confined in the Illinois
peuitentiary. have been deprived of their
daily mental pabulum, the Warden having
prohibited the circulation of the Chicago
Tiutex in thartbstitution on the ground that
it is an indecent and immoral publication,
and calculated to corrupt, the morals of
prisoners. It is considered a very good pa
per for Chicago, but it won't do for the
penitentiary.
It is authoritatively charged in the Phila
delphia Prets that certain Democratic Con
gressmen, representing the strongest iron
and manufacturing districts of Pennsylvania,
have been in the habit, during the discussion
on the tariff bill, of voting with the free
traders when the vote, taken viea voce, is
not recorded, and with the protectionists
when the yeas and nays are called and recor
ded. This belongs to the lowest stratum
of political meanness, and the deceptious
gentlemen should be ferreted out and ven
tilated. There is a singular newspaper at Manas
sas, Va. The tone of the whole paper, with
the exception of one columu, is ultra South
ern Democratic.- The one column supports
Grant and his Administration. In conse
quence of the confusion created by this mix
ture of politics, the editor has been obliged
to announce "that the arrangement by which
the 'Republican column' is inserted in this
paper was made without his consent," and
adds emphatically "that he is Southern,
born and in lull sympathy with the people
of bis native soil."
And now comes the report that the Hon.
John Morrissey, memher of Congress from
New York, threatens to resign because he is
unacquainted with the duties of the position.
Mr. Morrissey has certaiuly not distinguish
ed himself as a legislator, nor even champi
oned the cause of Democracy as valiantly as
was justly expected of so doughty a warrior;
but he could not more fittingly represent the
class of Democrats who elected him than by
remaining at home and attending t his faro
business, as he is said to do. It would be
well if ignorance were always voiceless in
our governmental affairs. It is doubtful if
another man could be found in the party who
would do lesa talking and voting against the
interests of the eountry, and we hoie, there
fore, that Mr. Morrissey may be persuaded
not to resign.
Now when the Democracy are in convul
sions over the proclamation of the Constitu
tional Amendment which confers on some
900,000 Nativ Americans the rights of A
merican citizens,!and thereby does such sig
nal injustice and outrage to about the same
number of Irishmen ; and when these much
wronged Irishmen are clamoring for a re
duction of taxation to relieve them from the
burdens which others bear just now, when
we are gravely informed that the payment
of our Debt is a fantastical dream and an
"abolition" impossibility comes the bil
lious and remorseless Boutwell to say that
"the reduction of the National debt has de
creased during April, 1870, $11,697,793 39!"
What cursed particularity ! Even to the 39
tynts ! Verily, the troubles of the Democra
cy increase apace, and the necessity for a
'.'white man's" party is becoming pressing.
Senator SauLbury, of Delaware, is in a
bad way. Stewart, of Nevada, has introduc
ed a bill to enforce the provisions of the Fif
teenth amendment It is so framed as to
take in the State of Delaware, and to allow
the negroes to vote there a prospect not at
all p leaking to Saulsbury. To drown his
grief, the Senator has taken to the flowing
bowl, and he is beginning to repeat his old
exhibitions on the floor of the Senate Cham
ber. The other day he met Senator Stew
art, and informed him that if the bill passed
he would challenge him to mortal combat
"Do itV said Stewart; "but remember,
Saulsbury, the eyes of all Delaware will be
on you, and you most kill me, or else you
will never come back to the Senate!"
"Well," said Saulsbury, reflecting, "if that
bill passes, I guess I won't oom back, any
how which guess may be nearer the truth
than he iu?agV?C( when he made it.
Match-Stick Factory.
Within the past week, mention has fre
quently been made in reference to the loca
ting of a match-stick factory at Clearfield, by
the Snow Shoe Company-their establish
ment at that place having recently been de
stroyed by fire. How much truth there is
in the romor. we are unable to gay not
bavin, any definite information on the sub
ject But, te that s it may, why should
iiot such a manufactory be located here?
We have plenty of timber, of the best qual
ity, for that purpose. Then, all that is re
quired is the requisite capital and enter
prise.
To give some idea of the vastness of the
match business, in this country and in Eu
rope, it is only necessary to give a few facts.
It is estimated that Europe daily consumes
two thousand? millions (2,000,000,000) of
matches, and to manufacture these at least
four hundred thousand (400,000) cubic yards
of timber is required, giving employment
to five hundred thousand (500,000) work
men, and produces goods valued at fifty mil
lions (50,000,000) of dollars. In this eoun
tiy, in Western New York, is located a
match factory which uses annually seven
hundred and twenty thousand (720,000) cu
bic feet of white pine, and four hundred
thousand (400,000) feet of basswood for ca
ses, besides a vast amount of other material.
These statistics furnish conclusive evi
dence of the extent of the match business,
and will serve to illustrate the importance
of the locating of a match-stick factory in
our midt In fact, the general benefit to
be derived from the erection of such estab
lishment here can scarcely be estimated. It
would create a home market for a vast a
mount of lumber. It would give employ
ment to a large number of persons ; and
hence, as a result, would stimulate all oth
er branches of business to increased activity
and prosperity. Merchants, mechanics, ar
tizans, laborers, farmers, everybody, would
be benefitted thereby. We commend this
subject to our citizens, and hope that an ef
fort will be made to induce the erection of
a match-stick manufactory here.
The Sew York Legislature.
There appears to be among the people and
press of New York a pretty universal senti
ment that the Legislature of that State
which very recently adjourned and disband
ed, was, in no respect, any better than it
ought to have been, and in most respects
much wore. The Sun expresses the pre
vailing opinion in the following paragraph :
"After a trial of four months, what is the
verdict of every well informed and unbiased
citizen of this State? Undoubtedly it is, that
the Legislature which has just retired from
the Capitol is the most corrupt and infa
mous body that ever defiled its halls. So
audacious, brazen and shameless has it shown
itself to be, that it has made itself ridicu
lous by affecting to hold up to scorn those
who have had the courage to expose and de
nounce its manifold rascalities, while, when
hard pressed by explicit charges of corrupt
tion, it has gone through the mockery of
selecting some of its tainted members to si
in judgment upon its own delinquencies."
This it should be remembered is the Leg
islature for which Governor Hoffman became
a responsible guarantor last November, when,
in a congratulatory speech, he assured his
political friends that their long-cherished
hopes of reform should not be disappointed,
snd especially that, whatever else might hap
pen, the Legislature of J 870 would prove to
be an honest one.
Finally Settled.
The decision of the Philadelphia Court
of Quarter Sessions, last week, in the Dis
trict Attorney cae, Furman Sheppard r.
Charles Gibbons, is, we presume, a final de
termination of the question. The following
is the decision and decree which ousts Mr.
Gibbons and restores Mr. Sheppard :
"It therefore becomes our duty, and we
do hereby declare and decree that, at the
general election, held on the second Tues
day of October. 1S63, Furman Sheppard,
having received the highest number of
votes, was duly and legally elected to the-of-fice
of District Attorney for the city of Phil
adelphia. And we do further order, that
the decree of the 16th of October, 1869, of
this Court, wherein it is stated that Charles
Gibbons was elected District Attorney, he
set aside and annulled, and that the decree
now made, declaring the election of Furman
Sheppard to the office of District Attorney,
shall be substituted, and stand for the de
cree, which is hereby set aside and annull
ed." Immediately after the delivery of this de
cision. Judge Allison administered the oath
of office to Mr. Sheppard. The contest has
been a "nip-and-tuck" affair from beginning
to ending, and we presume the parties them
selves are glad to have it terminated. The
opinion appears to have been unanimous,
and therefore, whatever way be thought to
the contrary by many, we presume the de
cision will be quietly and generally acquiesc
ed in.
Another Hollidat. Mr. Schenck in
troduced in the House, on Monday, May 2,
a joint resolution, which was passed with
out division, declaring the 30th of May, be
ing the day appointed and accustomed to be
used for the decoration of the graves of sol
diers who died in the war in defense of the
Union against rebellion, a public holliday to
be forever observed aa such by the people of
the United States.
Improved. The Somerset Herald, last
week, appeared in a new dress, and enlarg
ed form. The Whig attachment has been
dropped from the heading it having be
come obsolete. The IleralJ is a good, reli
able paper, and deserves increased support
at the hands of the Republicans of Somer
set county.
Conflicting accounts continue to be re
ceived from the Indian country. Strong
hopes are still entertained that a general
war may be avoided. As yet no open out
break has occurred, and if prompt measures
are taken at once, it is believed at the In
dian Bureau, that there will be none.
The General Committee of the Grand
Army of the Republic has ordered that the
30th inst. be observed throughout the coun
try as "Decoration Day," on which day the
posts of the order throughout the country
will attend to the decoration of the graves
of the nation's dead, in national and other
cemeteries.
A Just Tribute. The Harrisburg Tel
egraph of the 2d says :
State Treasurer, Hon. R. W. Mackey,
to-day transferred the Treasury to his suc
cessor, Hon. W. W. Irwin. We doasimpie
duty in recording that, never in the history
of Pennsylvania have her finances been no
ably managed or transferred in a manner so
creditable to the retiring officer. During
Mr. Mackey's term of one year the repre
hensible and illegal system of loaning the
funds of the State to private individuals for
their benefit has been abolished. The
"vault laccount" which consisted of due
bills of these parties amounted one year
ago to $211,000; to-day there is no such ac
count Ihe balance on nana is now 91,-
762,000, against $880,000 one year ago, and
not less than $600,000, in round numbers,
of our State debt has been paid off.
Mr. Mackey's able report on the finances;
bis business-like suggestion; his untiring
and restless energy and activity in the man
agement of his trust ; have not only favora
bly affected the value of our bonds, but have
strengthened the financial condition and
standing of the State. His bold, and at the
time startling, offer to anticipate the pay
ment of a loan not due was found to imme
diate! v enhance the nrice of our loans, until
now every bond issued by our State com
mands a premium the five per cents, even
selling at 103- it will be difficult to surpass
this superb management of our finances ;
and the vear endine May 2. 1870, will fur
nish a severe test and comparison for any
future administration of this important de
partment of our State government
Fair Warning. The audacious pro
position of certain Republicans to disband
the Republican party in the interest 01 Free
Trade, has elicited some plain talk from the
New York Tribune. In the course of an edi
torial, that paper gives the gentlemen the
followine fair warning ;
Again we insist that the Republican party
can be upheld only by respect freely accor-
AA Li? its mpnihpra tn panh others COnvic-
tions. If the Free Traders in that party
want to turn the frotectiousts out 01 u we
bid them set about the job af once, and
linn thpv II have a enmi time : if thev choose
to get out themselves, they have a perfect
right to do so, and we snail not try to stop
them ; but if they choose to stay in the party
and let us stay also, they may wisely as well
as justly concede that wei'rotectionists hold
our opinions by as valid a tenure as they
hold theirs. They may go farther and fare
no better.
Pennsylvania State Sundat School
Association. The Annual Convention
will be held at Harrisburg, Tuesday, Wedne-
day and Thursday, June 14, 15. and 16.
George II. Stuart, Esq., is expected to
preside. Each Sunday school in the State
is requested to send two or more delegates.
Pastors and Sunday school workers are also
invited to attend and participate. It is re
quested that the names of those who expect
to attend shall be sent to Rev. Thomas II
Robinson, D D., Chairman, or John M
Sayford, Esq., Secretary, of the local com
mittee of arrangements at Harrisburg, on or
before the first day of June, .so that places
of entertainment may be provided. Secrc
tariea of country organizations are requested
to immediately send their address to the
State Secretary, Lewis D. Vail, Esq., 703
Sansom Street, Philadelphia, so as to re
ceive printed details. Where there is no
organization, the Secretary wishes to corre
ipoud with some earnest Sunday-school
worker, and requests that his or her name
be forwarded to (hem. "
Hon. G. W. Scofjkld. The Warren
Ledger, (Democratic,) says :
Mr. Scoficld has written a letter in reply
to one received, to the effect that if his party
desire him to be a candidate for re-election
to Congress, he will not decline. He has
jumped over to the old Southern theoiy of
keeping men iu office learn them the trade
and let them work at it. It is a little strange
that he could adopt anything having a
Southern tincture. The Harrisburg Patri
ot pays Mr. Scofield a compliment in saying
he is the ablest man in either House oi
Congress from this State, We recollect that
the late Abyah Morrison used to say that
he was a better lawyer than there was in
Warren, and then setting bis cane firmly on
the floor to give the words emphasis, would
say, "And that is not saying much." But
really we agree with the Patriot. It is of
but little use to hunt in the Republican
ranks for a better man.
Is Tms So ? The Washington correspon
dence of a New York journal makes known
a very interesting fact IThe writer had
been permitted to examine a number of
private letters received by Senators from
eminent English statesmen, and all of which
evinced an earnest desire for an early and
satisfactory adjusnictit of our Alabamaclaims.
One letter, from Mr. Gladstone, said sub
stantially, this:
Canada was gravitating towards this conn,
try so fast that the mother country was fully
reconciled to the idea of cutting loose from
her. If Canada had a mind to ask for inde
pendence through her Parliament, England
would yield a ready assent. The English
government had been gradually cutting off
the supplies from Canada solely with the
view to her annexation to the United States,
and there was now a powerful influence at
work in the Canadian Parliament to urge
on an appeal for self-government, which,
although it meant annexation, the English
government was more than willing to grant
Railboads Liable To State Tax
Tion. In the case of John Edgar Thom
son vs. the Union Pacific Railroad, which
came before the United States Supreme
Court, on the refusal of the Company to pay
certain taxes assessed by the State of Kansas,
Chief Justice Chase decided that if the
principle of exemption, fought to be estab
lished, were recognized, it would remove
from the reach of State taxation all the pro
perty of every agent of the Government.
Every corporation engaged in the trans-'
portation of the mails, or Government prop
erty of any description, by land or water,
or in supplying materials for the use of the
Government, or in performing any service,
of whatever kind, might claim the exemp
tion. He decided against the company.
O'Brien's Menagerie is composed of
the riehest collection of the most singular
and picturesque marvels in the animal king
dom ever combined in one exhibition. By
reference to the tidvertisement, it will be
seen that Mr. O'Brien's exhibition is exclu
sively a Menagerie that no circus show is
identified with it and as such is unobjec
tionable, and will afford all classes of per
sons an opportunity to witness this vast col
lection of the wonderful works of nature.
Will exhibit in Clearfield, on Thursday,
May 9th, and at Luthersburg, on Friday,
May 20th. For full particulars, see large
posters and descriptive bills.
A Little of Everything. ' j
Hayi City, Kansas, hat a female eonstable.
Declines John Covode to run fur Congres
gain.
The Government is "reconstructing"' Fort
Sumpter.
The erop report thus far from all parts of the
country ara favorable.
In California the Japanese bare let ont 300,000
tea plants at Calistago.
Philadelphia hu railed 13,500 and Baltimore
nearly $3,000 for the Richmond sufferers
A Connecticut wrestler recently broke ene leg
in four plaoea in hi athletie practise.
A little Ohio girl wanted to fee how strychnine
tasted, and fonnd ont She itaow no more.
The Germantown Telegraph annonooes John
W. Forney as iu eandidate for Governor to suc
ceed Geary.
The Salt Lake saints think they have discov
ered a Gentile plot the assassinate Brother, Brig-
ham.
Gilmanton, N. H. has. snow drifts twelve feet
deep, yet the people'are modest and unassuming
about it
Frank Blair announces that he will not leave
Bt. Louis. Thereat of the world must manage te
do without him. .
Highway robbers are active, and their special
branch of industry is flourishing finely in the
neighborhood of Chambersturg. j
The fiist victim to the new medical law of the
State was arrested at Brie the other day, for
doctoring without a license.
The Boston Traveller predicts that Grant will
be re-elected, and that this year there will be an
other earthquake in California.'
A Varmonter, en a bet, has agreed to harness
himself in a sulky and draw a man weighing 160
pounds a mile in. fifteen minutes.
Josh Billings reckons among the Lost Arts
Pumpkin Pi, Ram and Tansy. Honesty, and the
art of getting up in the morning.
An Indian, near Fort Scott, recently traded two
mules for a set of false teeth, and proudly wore
them, necklace-fashion, around his neck.
Associations ef capitalists and land-owners are
being formed in various parts of Mississippi for
the purpose of encouraging immigration.
Illinois has a preacher who gets his eongrega
tion in church, locks the door, and preaches to
them until the deacons collect a speeifled amount
Kerosene oil has been tried in Texas to kill
bags on plants. It was effectual indeed, ratber
too effectual for it killed the plants as well a;
the bugs.
Four hundred and sixty-eight rafts, of lumber
were run out of the Mahoning so far this 'spring
and seven hundred and sixty eight wore run out
of Redbank.
Boston taw a wonder a few days ago a woman
seated on a pile of rubbish hard at work, with
several tnalecoupanioos, chipping off the dried
mortar from old bricks.
Killed A son of Mr. Senior, Beech wood?, Jef
ferson eounty, while rafting on Sandy Lick
Crrek. He had taken a hitch to a tree when the
tree broke and struck him.
During th firing of a salute in Pottsville on
Monday, a cannon exploded, blowing to pieces a
small boy named Theodore Jubos, and severely
injuring another boy named Williams.
During the past month the receipts at the Phil
adelphia custom house amounted to 1,051,799
which is the largest sum ever realised at that port
in any month with but a single exception.
The first appointment of a colored man to office
yet made in Pennsylvania is now to; be cbron
cled. The Governor has commissioned one of our
new electors a a Notary Public in Philadelphia
Toung Drum, convicted two years ago in the
Westmoreland court of killing a man in Greens-
burg, and sentenced to the penitentiary for a
term of years, has been pardoned by the Gover
nor.
A gentleman in Craig eonnty, Va., writes tha
the ice in Sinking ereek is from four to twenty
inehes thick, and that at the time of writing
(April 19th) it was snowing, and had been for
three days.
The Maine forests have been so well stripped
that not a tree of old growth is te be seen in
them. The white pine is represented only by
sapling?, which will not be of any service as
lumber for year.
An Alleghany county, New York man. who
died recently, left his wife one cent, his brother
a few dollars and $5 000 for the erection ot a
monument, but his wife should be permitted to
furnish the inscription.
A country exchange has a story headed '-Lore
warmed over." ' If it is anything like tbe hash
that is warmed over in boarding house, we would
prefer it in its original purity, tt is apt to get
scorched when warmed over too much.
The heaviest biil storm for years visited Cle
burne, Texas, on the iota. Some of tbe stones
were as large as hen eggs, Jand came with such
force as to break through the roofs of the houses.
Nearly all the fowls exposed to the hail were kil
led. Tbe champion trapper James K. Moorhead,
of Mew Alexandria, Westmoreland county. His
prowess in the art the pest winter has awarded
him with two otters, ten mink, four foxes, twenty-eight
coonj and forty snuskrati Greensburg
Argus.
Dnring the delivery of a lecture by Mrs. Dr.
Mary Walker in Illinois a few days ago, a proeo
eious youth in the audience cried ont ' Are you
the Mary that had a little lamb?" No!" was
the ready reply, ' but your mother had a little
jackass " . "
Tbe Mayor of Meadevilla offers a reward of one
thousand dollars, and commissioners of Crawfoid
eounty another thousand dollars, for the arrest
and conviction of the murderer or murderers of
Christian Richard, whose body was found last
week in French ereek.
General Sherman has prohibited Infuse of
violet and all the various "colored" inks in of
ficial correspondence and records throughout the
army, except carmine or ted ink, as generally
used in indorsement, ruling, or io record books.
The New Tork Sun lately published a report
that a Presbyterian minister, Rev. Dr. Smythe,
had made a lot of reporters drunk on gin and
milk at a restaurant in that city. - On Wednesday
last, at the trial, which the article provoked, tbe
reporter who wrote the article swore that it was
untrue in every particular ! A fair illustration
of Dana's paper.
The gold mines of Nova Scotia are In a flour
ishing eondition. the number in operation having
increased nineteen in one year, making total
of eighty seven ; 25.424 tuns of quarts were Brush
ed lasi year, yielding 17,868 ounces of gold, or
nearly one-half ounce to tbe tun; while in Aus
tralia three-eights of an ounce to a tun is named
aa a good result.
It is said that the ladies of Wyoming are plan
ning to have one of their sex sent as the next
Delegate to Congress. They 'talk of importing
seme distinguished female orator to fill the posi
tion, and a wicked Western editor suggest that
if Mis Anthony should go there, she would un
doubtedly be eonspieuously mdiukutud.
In Europe the Freemasons are beginning to
move against the Pope. The GrandJLodgeof the
"bun," at Bayreuth, has sent out an open letter
to all other ledrea, reminding Freemasons that
the rules of their association bind them to keep
a watch upon the present proceedings of the Va.
tiean, in so far aa they may be inimiaal to th
general welfare. The dogma of infallibility is
characterised a the beginning of a Romish war
upon the moral and spiritual development of the
Advertisements setup mtargt lifve,orout of yfatm
style, mill bt charged double usual rotes. Ns cuts.
ATOTICE. Having purchased the interes-
il r 1 4 ii.... X. v tV... K.,f
siness heretofore earricd on under tbe firm name
of J. A. Blattenbeyer 6)- Co., the same will be eon
ducted hereafter under the name cf Moshannon
Land and Lumber Co., (Store).
11 curi T 1 vr' T. . tmiV V.SVCCUP
President. cup 1.
May ll,'70.-tf.
rpIIE ELLIPTIC SEWING MACHINE.
The best Double Thread Machine now
in use will be sold lower than any other machine
finished in like manner, and doing the same
range of work. Machines can be seen at tbe store
of Thompson A Co., Curwensville, or at tbe resi
dence of the undersigned
May 1 1 , 1 870 -3m . Bloom s Bridge.
?XECUTORS NOTICE. Letters Testa---'uientaryon
the estate of Wui. C. Irvin,
late or Kurnside township, ueceaseu, naving
been granted to tbe undersigned, notice is
hereby given tbatal) persons indebted te said es
tate are required to make immediate payment,
and those having claims against the same will
present- them, properly authenticated, for settle
ment, to JOHN EASON.
FORTtit liisruttis.
May, 11, 1870-it. Executors.
SELECT SCHOOL.
The Susauebanna Select School at present lo
cated at Burnside, Pa., will open for a session of
sixteen weeks. on Monday, May SOth, with a va
cation ef two weeks in mid summer. Tbe prices
of tuition varies according to the age ana ad
vancement of pupil. Boarding ean be had in
town en reasonable terms. For further particu
lars address J. fcylv. Smith. Curwensville. or
JAMBS DOW LEK, See'y.
Mayll.-3t. Burnside, Pa,
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The mnart nershin beretnfnre existintr
between the undersigned in the mercantile busi
ness in Lumber City, was dissolved by mutual
consent on May 9th, 1870. The books and ac
counts will be in the hands of D L. Ferguson for
eollection. All persons knowing themselves in
debted will please call anaiettie.
J. B. FERGUSON.
Mayll-3t. D.L.FERGUSON.
N. B The bnsiness will be continued at the old
stand by D. L Ferguson. A share of pa'.roaage
i solicited.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE,
James Forrest, )
vs. i Yen. Ex. Ho. 67. March T. 1870
James M. Shaw. 1
The undersigned. Auditor bavin; been appoin
ted to make distribution of the money arising
r . 1 1 r 1 , V. .L... writ.
irom ine saie 01 neai tuais
gives notice that he will attend to the duties of
uts appointment at nis omco inviBumciu, " u --.
urday, May the 28th at 3 o'clock, P.M., when and
where all parties interested may attend
A. W. WALTEUS,
May tl,'70.-3L A"ditor-
AUDI
TOR'S NOTICE.
Andrew Oregguse,
'I
Yen. Ex. No. 114 Mar.T. 70
vs.
llitnrv Orrti
The undersigned. Auditor appointed to xake
distribution of the money arising from th sale
of Real Estate on the above Writ, gives notice
tbat he will attend to the duties of h appoint
ment at his office in Clearfield on Saturday, May
the 2Sth at 2 o'clock, P. M.. when and where all
parties interested may attend.
A. Vf. WALTERS.
May 11, '70.-3t. Auditor.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.
James Forrest
vs.
Yen. Ex. No. 85 March T. 1870.
The undersigned, Auditor having been appoin
ted to make distribution of the money arising
from the sale of Real Estate on the above Writ,
gives notice that he will attend to tbe duties of
his appointment at his office in Clearfield on Sat
urday. May the 28th at 4 o'cloca, P. M., when
and where all parties interested may attend.
A. W. WALTERS,
My 11, 70.-3t. Auditor.
NEW MARBLE WORKS.
Opposite the Jail,
CLEARFIELD, PENN'A.
Monuments, Grecian Tombs, French Couches,
Mantles. Table Tops. Washing Ranges, Garden
Statuary, Terra Cotta Ware, of ever) description,
Head and Foot Stones, of New and beautiful de
signs, all of which w offer at eity prices, or 25
percent less than any other establishment in this
county. Having a large exporienee in the busi
ness, we guarantee satisfaction in all caws. Or
dan thankfully received and promptly filled in
the best workmanlike manner.
S. A. GrBSON.
May 11, 1870 -tf. Jaa Watsow, Agont.
REGISTER'S NOTICE. Notice ishere
by given that the following accounts
have been examined and passed by me. and remain
filed of record in this office for the inspection of
beirs.legatees.creditors.and all others in anyway,
interested and will be presented to the next Or
phans' Court of Cearfield county, to beheld at
the Court House, in the Borough of Clearfied
commencing on tbe 3d Monday of June, 1S70 :
Partial account of Samuel Hegarty. Executor
of Samuel Hegarty, sr., late of Woodward town
ship, dee'd.
Final account of Henry and Jacob Mehrwine.
Executor of Conrad Mehrwine, late of Brady
Township, dee'd.
Final accout of Freleriek Arnold, Administra
tor of Peter Arnold, late of Brady township, dee'd.
A. W LEE,
May 11. 1870. Register
T)ISTRICT COURT of the United States
for the Western District of Penn'a.
In the Matter of James H. ) T p.v,,.
Dale. Bankrupt. In Bankruptcy.
Western District of Pennsylvania. Ss :
A warranju Bankruptly has been issued by
said Court against tbe estate of James H. Dale,
of tbe eounty of Clearfield and State of Pennsyl
vania, ip said District, adjudged Bankrupt upon
petition of one of his creditors, and the payment
of any debts and the delivery of any property
belonging to laid bankrupt, to bim or to his use,
and the transfer of any property by him, are for
bidden bylaw. A meeting of the creditors of said
Bankrupt, to prove their debts and choose one or
more Assignees of his estate, will be held at a
Court ot Bankruptcy to be holden at Clearfield,
In said Distrust on the 8th day of June, A. D.
1S70, at one o'clock, P. M.. at the office of Hon
If. 5 Swope, before S. K. Woodruff. Esq., one of
tbo Registers in Bankruptcy of said District.
A. MURDOCH,
May ll.-2t. TJ. B. Marshal as Messenger.
NEW HOUSE!
NEW GOODS!!
NEW PRICES!!!
HARTSOCK & GOODWIN,
Curwensville, Pa.,
Are now receiving, direct from Baltimore, Boston,
New York, Philadelphia .and Pittsburg, an im
mense stock of
DRY GOODS, CLOTH1XG,
HATS AND CAPS,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CHINA, GLASS AND Q TIE ENS WA R E,
HARDWARE, GROCERIES, Sre ,
bought at lower prices than have been made to
any bouse in the town since the good old days
before the late war, all to be distributed to those
who visit Curwensville for supplies.in accordance
with the great saorifioe at which they were bought.
LADIES
Are particularly invited to call at Uartsock A
Goodwin's cheap store, and examine the splendid
toek of
DRESS GOODS,
TRIMMINGS, 8 II A WLS,
. FANCY GOODS. Ire.,
on exhibition.
Jlieyi Dtfy Competition
Parties eannot de justice to themselves in Spying
anyl of the necessaries ef life, without calling On
May 4,'70-3m.J HARTaOCK A GOODWIN.
OCl Af! A yer "d expenses to agents to sell
O-wsUUU the celebrated WIL-oN bEWING
MACHINES. The best machine in the world.
Stitch alike on both side. One Machine without
money. For further particulars, address 35 N.9th
St , Phil'a. Pa. March 30,'70-3m.
House and Lot For Sale.
The undersignrd will sell, at private sale. Lot
No. 21 in the Borough of Clearfield, situate on
South 4th ftrect, npon which is erected a large
two-story plank dwelling house, 24 by 40 feet.
This house is new, and has a spring of good wa
ter in tbe cellar. For further information apply
to WALLACE WALTERS.
ap 27-4t ) ' Heal Est. Agf. Clearfield, Pa.
rpnE "EAGLE HOTEL,"
Maiu St.. Curwensville, Pa.
Having leased for a term of years th above
well-known and popular Hotel, (formerly kept by
Mr. Mason, and lately by Mr. Foot), and having
newly refitted and refurnished it, tbe present
proprietor feels assured that be ean render entire
satisfaction to guests sojourning with bim. A fine,
large stable and yard is attached, for the care and
protection of horses, carriage and wagons. A
(hare of patronage is solicited
May 4,'70-ly.) A. J. DRAUcKER. Prop'r.
Ym K. S M I T II ,
"merchant tailor,
Clearfield, Ta.,
Would respectfully inform the eitixens of Clear
field eounty tbat he has putebased the interest of
b.. K. Ji. btoughton. and is now prepared to mate
up, in tbe most fashionable manner, all kinds of
clothing that customers may desire. lie has
CLOTHS.
DOESKINS,
AND CA.VIMERES,
of every style, always on hand, from which cus
tomers ean make their selections. One door East
of the Postoffice. April 20, 1S70.
THE SINGER
SEWING MACHINE
AHEAD OF ALL. OTHERS!
Eighty ix Thousand JSrven Hundred and Etgh
lysn Maehine Made and Sold the
Past Year!
The number exceeds by thousands the sales of
any other Machine, and the demand is suit in
creasing
THREE THOUSAND PER WEEK
ARE NOW BEING MADE AND SOLD.
THE REASONS WHY:
Because it embodies essential principles not
found in any other Machine; because oi its sim
plicity of eonstruction, ease of operation, Uni
term uy or precise actional any speea. anu ca
pacity for the greatest range anl variety ef work
fine or coarse.
Parties wishing to purchase should not fail to
examms this best of all sewing Alacbines.
I have the Agency for this Machine, and will
keep a lull supply on hand.
Clearfield,May4.'7Q tf J. S. SHOWERS
Marble and Stone Yard.
MRS. S. S. LIDDELL,
naving engaged in the Marble bnsiness. desires
to inform her friends, and the public, that she has
now and will keep constantly on banda large and
well selected stock of ITALIAN AND VERMONT
MARBLE, and is prepared to furnish to order
TOMBSTONES. BOX AND CRADLE
TOMBS, MONUMENTS, In Sand
atone and Marble, CURBS aad
POST for Cemetery lots,
WINDOW SILLS AND CAPS.
ARCHITECTURAL AND LAWN ORNA
MENTS, 4-r.
She would invite special attention to her Sand
stone Monuments which are built from original
dasierna and will comnare favorably with any
thing of the kind in tbe country. If desired she
ean furnish Marble Window Sills and Capi at a
slight adranee on the price of bandstone.
Vard on Keed Street, near the Depot.Clearfleld
Fa. lnj
LOAN
Chesapeake Sc Ohio R. R. Co
The advantages. and attraction of this Loan.for
investment purposes, are many and important :
1. It is based upon one of tbe Great-Through
Lines between the Seaboard and the W est.
2. The sreurtty is already treated, th greater
part of the line being in suoceseful running oper
ation.
3. The Leeel Traffic, from the unrivalled Agri
cultural regions and Iron and Coal deposits ad
jaeent, must be large and profitable.
4. The enterprise receives important eonces
sions and privileges from the States of Virginia
and West Virginia.
5. It is under the management of efficient and
well-known capitalists, whose names are guaran
tees for its early eompletion and successful oper
ation.
. 6. The Bonds ean be had either in
COUPON OR REGISTERED
form ; they have thirty yean to run, both princi
pal and interest being payable in gold.
7. They are of denomination of
$1,000, $500 and $100,
bearing interest at the rate of six per cent. In
eoin, payable May 1st and November 1st.
From our intimate acquaintance with the affairs
and eondition of the Company, w know tbeoe se
curities to be peculiarly desirable, and suitable
for safe employment of surplus capital, and fund
ing of Government Bonds, by Investors. Trustees
of Estates, and otters who prefer absolute seen
rity with reasonable income.
Holders of United States FiveTwentle are en
abled to procure these Bonds, bearing the same
r of interest and having longer period to run
and to realise a large iuorease of capital in ad
dition. Bond and Stocks dealt in at the Block Ex
change, received in exchange for thia Loan, at
the full market value, and the bonds returned
free of express eharge.
Price 90 and accrued Interest in Cur
rency. Pamphlet. Maps, and full information furnish
ed oa application.
FISK & HATCH,
May4-10wJ i ttassao street, mw tore.
TERMS Of THE JOCrn.i
The
Raptsmah-, Joiual i, pnwui
r 9 Ml , "d
aesday
paid al
thm K.i...:.. .v. 'i not
charged, and 3,00 if no, paid before ,h. 21
5 w' J 0 "ill t-
. and a no ir ...u . 111 e
Adv
aaTisaaasTa will be Inwrted at ii0
. for three or U.. - ' '
square
(or les.) eounting a square. For ever, 1"
.nerUon M e.nu will be charged A d" , '
will be made t - j..- ae-ct10s
J ve.1 J bMJ YCrUtrCrt
sabtwription t&k. . -u
i. months, and no p.p.r will be discontinue d' 0?
til la
tbe p
lb'"h,r- S.J. ROW.
TO RAFTSMEN f
ood landing at tbe Mouth of the Sinmm.h
Jood post, for cubbing. ,nd
Hotel. J u- uC.VV: 1.1' '
th
T- TODrittnr
T
II E "8 II A W HOIS E,"
MARKET ST., CLEARFIELD. pA
GEORGE N. COLBCRX, :::::; p.
tsToa.
This house waslatelv inmnl.i.J ..j
ed to th. r,Mio i. , t.u. J 7 !'
i.t f,rV '"""""""J provTd.a
nh al I the modern improvements of a 6nt sit
otel. It is pleasantly located, in ,h. i..r "
part of the town and near to the public buili!
nigs. A share of patronage is respectful! v o it
ited
!i marge moderate. The betof Liquors ;D
b'r- March 3oAfl-S
tb
TyE, the nndersipned, Blaclisumhsof the
y Borough of Clearfield, hereby aW
the following rates for work and i..:?''
gard to securing pay for our labor; and we tlct
pieage out Donor as men ana mechanim.to adhere
to and enforce the same, from and after M i..
1870. ' '
All work done at shoinr horses mint k. .
when the work is done, at the following riM
SETTING NEW SHOK .... ,.
RESETTING SHOE, : : Z"';
No erediditto be a-lven for ilnnrn..,-.j
three months " r kumn
El. P. PASSMORE, AMOS KEXVARD
J. Mtr.NKWKn.ER, OKXELIfSOWENN
THo.M VS REILLY. . L LAXtril '
Apr.2u,'Tu-3m. (J C. PASSMORE
PAY YOUR TAXES!
In accordance with an act of the ;.,.. i .
sembly of this Commonwealth, approved the I"i
day of March, A. I. Ib70. -relatmg to the collw
tion of taxes in the eounty of Clearfield' Notice
is therefore hereby given to tbe tax-payers re
siding in tbe districts below named.that the eoen
ty Treasurer. in accordance with the 2i nection of
said act, will attend at tbe plce of boldibg tb
Borough and Township elections, on the follow
ing named days for tbe purpose of receiving tbe
county, bounty. State taxes and militia Eih.ii.
seiaed for i7u :
For the Borough of Clearfield and Ijurr.n..
township, on Friday and Saturday, the 13ih ar.a
14th days rf May.
For Pike township and the Borough ofCerwn
ville, on Saturday and Monday, the 21t r.d
day of May.
ror Hartnaus. on Tuesday. May 17th.
For t'ovington, on Wednesday ,My Hth.
For Girard. on Thursday. Mv I9iu.
For Goshen, on Friday. May 20th.
For Graham, on Tuesday, May 21th.
For Morris, on Wednesday, .Vj'y 2ith.
For Decator. on Thursday. Mav 2th.
For Osceola, on Friday, May 27tb.
For Boggs. on Saturday, May 2Sih.
For H union, on Monday. May 30th.
For Union, on Tuesday May 31t
For Biady, on Wednesday. J one lt.
For Bloom, on Thursday. June 2d.
For Penn. on Friday. June 3d
For Lumber City, on Saturday, June 4'h.
For Uradford. on Saturday. June 11th.
Upon all taxes paid on Ihe days deirntej
there will be a reduction of fi jitr Cent, its
balance of toe districts will be announced is das
time. LEYilrl FLE'iAL,
April 13. Treasurer.
T 1ST OF RETAILERS, of Fotelpn and
Pomestic Merchanlise, in the (Vuntrcf
Clearfield, sul ject to the payment of license' for
the year 1870 :
Class. License. arx.
KfCARIA.
13 W. S. JJickey. 510
14 A. Montgomery. 7
!lt Wtn W is A Son. 7
LRfCS
13 James Forrest. It
14 Janas Mru. 7
12Lconsrd Kylr. 12
13 Johnsoo t Co., It
CMOS
14 D a J. iirnbaser.7
WOODWARD.
14 G M llriibio. 7
12 ?am l Uegartv.l? iO
14 T. Henderson 7
14 John M Chase. 7
ri.gAHriKLi BRor;!t.
JO Weaver A tteiu 2
14 I. L Kei-csle:n.7
13 J. . Olusgo, 10
II S. McFarUnd, IS
14 J. . Diilen, 7
BRAOT
H D. Goodlander. 10
12 L. B. Carlile 12 50
12 C iU.Schvfm.12 i
13 R. M. Moore, 10
14 J. Kudu A Son. 7 '
14 John Scheurich, 7
14 John Carlile, 7
13 J A Terpe.
BI'RMKinR.
13 Jack. Patchen, 10
14 Horace Patrben. 7
13 Jas McMurrxy, 10
13 Wm C. Irwin, 10
BR CL
14 Robert MehafTy. 7
14 C. A. Korabauh.7
14 David Bell. 7
BOOK
14 II. Bridge. 7
10 Wm. Kred, M
1 14 Mrs. Watson. 7
10 J. Shaw 4 Son. 10
, 9 K. Novsop. :
14 II. F Nausle. 7
12 Graham A Son". II SO
112 Wright A Sons. II 50
'mi F.Uigl.r A Col
111 Krataer A Sons. 1 j
10 C. Krstier. 20
1 12 U.(i. Niv!ir?. 12 50
iMMiwRvndrrtCd.;
14 J R. Reed A Co, 7
BRAWURU.
13 Albert A Bro., 10
14 E U.Williams, 7
CHEST.
14 Rose A M Cane. 7
12 Hurd A M Uee, 12 50 13 R. Mitchell.
10
14 Wm Hunter,
I I't'BWKaVILLS.
!l2 Uartsock o Co. II
'14 Fuming A line!. 7
'14 L V. 11. Seper. 7
1 12 Arnold A Co. 12 i
112 Thompson A Co l 2 60
13 Wm. M Hride, 1
! 1 2 John Irwin. II M
lOE.A Irwin. 20
I LrVBKR CITT
covisgto.
14 .1 Plubell. 7
14 Francis Coudriet 7
14 L. M. Coudriet. 7
14 S S Cranston, 7
14 Gilland A Co., 7
nrciTtn.
14 J. tfr D Knight, 7
GI'RI.K'H.
12 P
A A. Flynn, 13 50 13 Isaac kirk l
14 T A. Prideaux, 7
114 rurguson tsro s.
1 12 J Furgusou A Col 2 5
j BCW ASHISSTOV.
11 S.M'Cune. 1
10 Mc.Murray A Co.M
I OSl'LOLA
'it M T lt.,kl 7
13 II. A Hainan A colO
eiRARD.
14 R.S. Stewart, 7
13 Aug. Leconte, 10
ORAHA.
13 T. H Forcey, 10
oosna.
14 E. Irwin A Son, 7
1 .a " s. 1 '.
;i4 Kepner Bro. 7 0
.A ... i ii t
Hraro.
12 u. A moneroau.i- '
12 F. C. Bowman. 12 50 6 Blattenberrer a Coif
14U.W Brown. 7 I 9 Whitcouib a Co. 25
joriiax. 11 W el Is a lleimt. 1J
12 Henry Swan. 12 50 14 John W Wapler7
KABTBArs '2 M'Grath Co., 1!
13McCloskyACo, 10
14 W. J. Buffer, 7
14 Wm S.Sankey, 7.
14 James Wiggins, 7"
RETAIL DIALERS I.W PATENT KIIUCI'H
CLASS. LICS"".
4 T. H. Forcey, Graham township.
4 Dr. D. R Good. Osceola Borough.
4 J . R. Irwin. Curwensville Borough.
4 HartiwicK A Irwin, Clearfield borough.
4 A.I.Shaw, do do
BRBWKBS.
13 Peter Garnier. Covington township. '
10 Charles Shaffer. Clearfield Borough. 1
10 Lipoldt A Hessenthnler.ClearSeld Born',1'
BILLIARD 8 A LOOK 8 AID IU FIX ALIBIS
Solomon Nnnemaker, Osceola, one alley. &
D. R. Fullerton, Clearfield Borough. 3 tables
and one alley,
bans: brs.
Clearfield eounty Bank,
COS FECTIOK ERB ABD OBorrBICS.
4 W. C. Mots, Beeearia township.
4 James Thompson, Morris township,
4 John O'Dell, Morris township,
4 Anna Boalich, Osceola Borough.
4 Patrice Dunne. Oceola Boreugb.
4 Miss S. M Miller, Osceola Borough,
4 Dr. D. R.Oood, Osceola Borough,
4 Joshua Brown. Osceola Bon ugh,
4 Edward Shoff Osceola Borough,
4 Christ J. Shoff, Osceola Borough.
4 J. Heberling A Co , Brady township,
4 James Flynn, Penn township,
4 J.R Jenkins, Curwensville Borough.
4 Edw. Gallooey. Curwensville Borough,
4 J. R. Irwin. Curweusrille Borough.
4 Catharine Graff, Curwensville Borough
4 D. S. Plotner. Curwensville Borough,
4 Jamee Comely, Woodward township,
4 Wm. M. Foster, N. Washington Boro',
4 Thos. W. Moore, L. city Boroogh,
4-C. D Watson,-Clearfield Borough,
5
4 W. Endres. do do
4 Hartswiek A Irwin, do do
L-4 N M. Hoover, do do
4 P A. Uaulin, do HO
4 Alexander Irwin, da do
4 A.I.Shaw, do do
4 D. R. Fullerton, do do
4 John A. btadler, do do
4 M. Neiee A Co., do do
4 J. h. 6haw d- Co.. Woodward town p,
An appeal will be held a the CommiWo"1.
office, in Ctearfield. oa Monday, the 23d "
May. A. D. 1870. wbea aad where all ps;
ing aggrieved will please attend according '
J. B. SHAW.
Apr. !7-4t. Mercantile Appr"r-

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